from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The act of making a guess; estimate or prediction; foresight
- v. Present participle of guess.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Guesswork; conjecture; notion.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an estimate based on little or no information
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After what seemed like the longest gestation period ever known to man and over 24 hours of teasing her Twitter fans with a name guessing game involving the initial M it wasn't fun, just tedious, the twin's names have FINALLY been announced.
The cost of password guessing is constantly going down, and the value of the data depends on the data.
Today is their “Official Soft Opening” which I’m guessing is code for “don’t blame us if everything isn’t perfect”.
It bridges that connections that occurred in the comics, but that is just what I am guessing from a comic book perspective.
There was a deer leg (I am guessing from the road kill buck) laying in the middle of our road.
I'm guessing from the trailer that this is going to more-or-less follow the first book (of three) of the cartoon series, with some alterations -- I notice a talking dragon, for example, and while everyone knows I have nothing against talking dragons, I'm wondering what the heck it's doing there.
The outcome of her campaign may depend on whether she was right in guessing that her ads would win her more votes in this election than they would cost her.
What you get, I'm guessing, is a lot of time spent sleeping on the couch when you should be gettin 'some work done.
Keeping short-term investors guessing is likely an important tactic for the Japanese government as it tries to prevent further yen appreciation, while limiting the money and diplomatic capital it must spend to do so.
Keeping others guessing is Kalanithi Maran's specialty.